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Phifer 48 in. x 84 in. Black Pet Screen
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Phifer

48 in. x 84 in. Black Pet Screen

  • 7-Times stronger than regular insect screening
  • Pet, puncture and tear resistant
  • Ideal for areas exposed to heavy wear or potential damage

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Phifer PetScreen is a heavy-duty, pet-resistant insect screen. Seven times stronger than regular insect screening, Phifer PetScreen is the preferred choice of pet owners. Ideal for areas exposed to heavy wear or potential damage.

  • Preferred choice of pet owners
  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Great for high traffic areas
  • Resists damage by pets, wind, weather and golf balls
  • Premium choice where extra strength and protection are required
  • GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD GOLD certified
  • Ideal for any screening application
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Does this screen come in any other color?

I would like to use this screen in more of my windows and doors, but don't want to use black.
Asked by: ElaineW
Not from HD
Answered by: Mlb
Date published: 2016-12-09

does it protect against bugs?

Asked by: MamaRoseLoves2Bake
Yes it's just as tight if not tighter than a regular screen
Answered by: patti
Date published: 2017-05-27

How does this screen look from outside looking in? Does it diminish the view of the door behind i...

How does this screen look from outside looking in? Does it diminish the view of the door behind it very much? I have beautiful front doors.
Asked by: Melanie16
it looks like a regular screen to me
Answered by: geese
Date published: 2017-04-21

Does my local store have pet black screens?

Asked by: Bobbydogh
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Bobbydogh. This 48 in. x 84 in. Black Pet Screen is only carried in select Home Depot stores and not online. Please contact your local Home Depot Store for stock availability and pricing. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2017-02-24
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48 in. x 84 in. Black Pet Screen is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great product. My cats still climb up on the screen, but no holes have been made. It ... This is a great product. My cats still climb up on the screen, but no holes have been made. It it very durable and looks great.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Keep Cat From Falling-BETTER IDEA I am sharing this idea every where I can. Please share as well to protect more cats! Most methods out there are not safe enough for my "cannon baller" cat. You see, he flew out my 3rd floor apt & luckily he cried & I found him ASAP & had not left the house for work. He just lost his canine at a tune of $700. I am sooo fortunate to have my baby♡♡. Not only did he fly thru the screen he also flew through the window inset screen I had added for extra protection :( " Pet screens" or netting will not keep your cat secure. Screens pop out very very easily! Cats will lunge after wildlife. I searched high & low for a solution to allow my boy to bask in the sun & get fresh air safely. Now he can sit in the window on the top perch of his cat tree. Its place closer to the window. If they have more room for a "running start" like he did, from the bed then "bam" thru the screen..they are doomed.You want to reduce the clearance. **HERE WAS THE $40 SOLUTION FOR MY SITUATION: ** #1 http://m.homedepot.com/p/Plaskolite-4-ft-x-2-ft-Suspended-Light-Ceiling-Panel-1199233A/202025149 I bought 2 of these panels & mounted them together. You could use one but I wanted to provide a stronger barrier. #2 double-sided mounting tape: http://m.homedepot.com/p/3M-Scotch-0-75-in-x-9-72-yds-Permanent-Double-Sided-Indoor-Mounting-Tape-110-LONGDC/100200322 #3 Straight Nippers: I bought to cut the plastic panels to fit my odd-shaped horizontally sliding window. http://m.homedepot.com/p/Wiss-Straight-Cut-Aviation-Snips-M3RS/100060795. Note: It took some time to try to cut along the plastic to create a smooth edge. I probably needed a better pair. It was a bit messy. I just put the rough edge away from my cat & inserted the cut part against the edge of the wall. After they were secured together via double-sided mounting tape placed along the edges, I shoved this piece onto my window ledge pushing it into & along the corner edge of the wall & snugly against the window frame. It fit outside vs inside the frame.This piece also extends beyond the portion of the window where the exposed screen is when the window is open by about 4" on both sides to create a larger surface area for it to rest against to strengthen it. I dont open the window all the way. About 1/2 of the span of my horizontal sliding window has this plastic insert against it. I open that portion about 3/4 of the way. I also used a mallet to get it snug against the right side corner of the wall where it meets the frame. I am in an apt so slight damage is easily repairable w/ touch up paint made from the plastic scraping along the window ledge & against the edge of the wall when securing it. I can still open & close the window easily. You can also use this to fit directly into or against (by securing to both sides of the wall w/ heavy duty double sided mounting tape or nailing it in some way.You can cut it down to size to fit inside the frame & shut the window down onto it. I would certainly use 2 of these panels taped together to create a thicker piece & to more securely fit into the window frame. Another idea I pondered which may work for you..especially to mount along balcony banisters is this lattice. There are some made out of plastic or wood. You could also secure these in a window but u would need a frame perhaps & I dont think they are strong enough for a cannon baller they can be flimsy unless u use the wooden ones. http://m.homedepot.com/p/Veranda-0-2-in-x-48-in-x-8-ft-White-Vinyl-Classic-Diamond-Lattice-73004026/100011154 Also..what an employee did suggest & what can work for people w doors is this which may work for some & retrofitted into a window: http://m.homedepot.com/p/Unique-Home-Designs-36-in-x-30-in-Bronze-Steel-Pet-Grille-ISPA800036BRZ/203077138 Lets keep the ideas flowing♡♡ Meow♡♡
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Here are a few tips 1. The manufacturer indicates you need one size smaller spline then your old screen since this product is thicker. My old fiberglass screen used .125" spline and there is no smaller size. Fortunately new .125" spline worked just fine. The new product was flexible enough to compensate for the thicker pet screen. Don't re-use your old hardened spline. 2. Make sure you clean your old frame. You can leave it slightly damp and that actually makes it easier to install the spline. 3. Follow the instructions that say to cut it to the outer size of the door frame. Now tape either the top of bottom edge of the screen to the surface you're working on. 4. Now attach spline to the opposite end from the taped end and cut the spline at both corners. This piece will not wrap around the door. 5. Now go to the end of the frame that was taped and install the spline to this end. Make sure you leave enough spline to go down both of the long sides. This section of spline will be U shaped. 6. Now go up both sides with spline. Hold the screen as you roll but don't pull on it.. It'll stretch out just perfect if you simply guide it. 7. Now embed the spline into the corners trim the two ends and use a sharp utility knife to trim off the excess screen. My door came out perfect using this method. No wrinkles, creases or blemishes. Now I just hope this product is actually cat resistant. Time will tell. Hope these tips help.
Date published: 2015-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the cats seem to stay away now the cats seem to stay away now
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This screen is amazing! I was questionable at first when finding this product...BUTafter purchasing and installing it, it is WONDERFUL!!! We have 3 cats that like to test it out all the time. We installed it about 6 months ago, and claw after claw, not one cat has snagged or ripped the screen. It looks just as good as new since the day we installed it. A great item. I highly reccomend this for any cat owner!!!
Date published: 2012-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stuff is like Iron! We have multiple cats and one in particular that likes to claw the screens in our house. We used this product soon after moving into our house 9 years ago and over the course of a few years we replaced all the screens on all our windows. Despite being clawed and climbed on almost daily, 9 years later the screens still look like new. There are no signs of wear whatsoever. Truly an amazing product!
Date published: 2014-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pet Proof screen I have had the pet proof screen on my back slider for a number of years now. With three dog scratching at it to get in, MANY times a day. The screen does not show any wear at all. If you have a dog or cat this is a must.
Date published: 2010-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing stuff here. My Dogs LOVE to go out on the deck and lay in the sun. Most of the time, when I just open the slider, they forget that there's a screen door that needs to be opened and yes, they will run head first into it. They will also scratch at the door to come in as well, which is why I had to replace the old screen. The guy at my local Home Depot was real helpful and told me exactly what I needed. The one roll did the screen door for a sliding door with just a bit left over. It was a bit of a pain to push in, but it is because it's thick and heavy duty. But even I was able to install this with out the recommended tools. (I used a butter knife and a paint scraper! ha ha) Well worth it in the end. I would recommend getting the proper tools though. The tool makes installing screens so much faster.
Date published: 2015-06-15
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